Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Obama's Fuck You of Farewell to the United States Military

Bradley Manning is a traitor and a disgrace to himself, to the Army and to the nation.  Naturally the Left couldn't be more in love with him. 

So it comes as no shock to anyone that Obama is commuting this little shit stain's sentence.

I went with the Guardian's version of this because I knew that one would piss me off the most.  I've had to provide a few translations from the (*Queen's English*) annotated thus. My comments are in bold.

Chelsea Manning, (*His legal and actual name is Bradley in case you've forgotten*) the US army soldier who became one of the most prominent whistleblowers (*that is British for traitor to the nation*) of modern times when she (*still a dude*) exposed the nature of warfare in Iraq and Afghanistan, and who then went on to pay the price with a 35-year military prison sentence, is to be freed in May as a gift of outgoing president Barack Obama.

(*Translation: Manning betrayed his country because he is among many other things a malignant narcissist who felt that his minimal efforts weren't being sufficiently appreciated by the Army.

And nobody was telling him how important and really, really special he was.*)

In the most audacious – and contentious – commutation decision to come from Obama yet, the sitting president used his constitutional power just three days before he leaves the White House to give Manning her
(*sp: him*) freedom.

I am only vaguely surprised that Obama isn't ordering Manning restored to the Army at his former rank with additional time in grade and time in service to make up for what he lost during his wrongful incarceration.

Manning, a transgender woman, (*Extreme homosexual who hates his own identity so much he pretends he's somebody else completely*) will walk from a male (*because he has a penis and testicles*) military prison  in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, on 17 May, almost seven years to the day since she (*sp: he*) was arrested at a base outside Baghdad for offenses relating to the leaking of a vast trove of US state secrets to the website WikiLeaks.

US Military secrets = Good WikiLeaks "Good boy! (*or whatever*) You get a biscuit!"

Democrat political secrets = Bad WikiLeaks "Bad boy! No biscuit for you! Shame! Shame!"

I'd call the Guardian a pack of shit vomiting Lefty hypocrites but that is as obvious as  it is redundant.

Nancy Hollander, Manning’s lawyer, spoke to the Guardian before she had even had the chance to pass on to the soldier the news of her 
(*SP: his*) release. “Oh my God!” was Hollander’s instant response to the news which she had just heard from the White House counsel. “I cannot believe it – in 120 days she (*sp: he*)  will be free and it will all be over. It’s incredible.”

Hardly incredible. I knew perfectly well that Obama was going to do this the day that the ironically named, Manning was convicted. 

I also knew that he would wait until he was almost out the door to do it. The only real surprise for me is that it is a commutation instead of an outright pardon.

Obama is secretly very sad that his own efforts to betray America have been (sort of) restrained by his own cowardice.  If only he could have been more like Manning, he tells himself every night.

Manning, 29, is a former intelligence analyst in Iraq who
was sentenced in 2013 after a military court convicted her (*sp: him*)  of passing more than 700,000 documents, videos, diplomatic cables and battlefield accounts to WikiLeaks. It was the biggest breach of classified material in US history.

The Guardian is in possession of an actual fact! 

How the fuck did that happen?

In 2010, WikiLeaks worked with media organisations including the Guardian to publish material that offered unprecedented insight into the workings of US diplomacy. Among the files Manning leaked was a gunsight video of a US Apache helicopter firing on suspected Iraqi insurgents in 2007, killing a dozen people.

How many has Obama blown up with his flying Cylons? Maybe more than a dozen?  But it's okay when Obama kills terrorists, suspected terrorists or people standing next to suspected terrorists.  It's only bad when Republicans do it.

On a call with reporters, a White House official said repeatedly that the president believed Manning’s crimes were “serious” and “harmful to national security” but refused to label her
(*sp: him*)a “traitor”.

No, so far as our Diversity Provost in Chief is concerned. Manning is just like a student activist and should be given special consideration and priveldges. He deeply sympathizes with this Mathew Hari and secretly envies for his courage to live life as a woman. Something Obama has never been able to bring herself to do.

Human rights groups welcomed Tuesday’s decision. Margaret Huang, executive director of Amnesty International USA, said: “Chelsea Manning exposed serious abuses, and as a result her
(*sp: his*) own human rights have been violated by the US government for years.

Thirty years ago, Amnesty International used to do some good work but it didn't even have a tissue of a defense against SJW Entryism. 

“President Obama was right to commute her (*sp: his*) sentence, but it is long overdue. It is unconscionable that she (*sp: he*) languished in prison for years while those allegedly implicated by the information she (*sp: he*) revealed still haven’t been brought to justice.”

Amnesty International is so SJW converged at this point that it reflexively beclowns itself at the slightest stimulation. It's like watching a flatworm reacting to a flashlight.

(*I edited out some stuff where they actually do mention WikiLeaks and the Democrats but it was clearly an editor's cut and paste job.  The reporter would never have mentioned it otherwise. 

Also there were also some quotes from McCain that I agree with but I'm still mad at that prick.*)

Paul Ryan, the House speaker, said: “This is just outrageous. Chelsea Manning’s...

Oh fuck you Ryan! He's not a chick you damn Cuck!!! You are supposed to be on the Right wing. You are not required to use the Left's terminology for everything on the fucking planet!!!!

(*End Fisk*)

Look. Intel kids can be a problem at the best of times.  The field itself has a strong attraction for Gamma Males.  The fantasy of the Secret King lends itself to easy maintenance when you've got "handling secrets" in your job description. When you get to sail through doors that say Keep Out. And when you get to sit on boring ass staff meetings that are way above your paygrade. Older staff NCOICs in Intel know enough to watch for it and get rid of the ones that are going to be too much of problem.  And clearly the ball got dropped with Manning.

OpSec is about as sacred as you can get in the military. There are men that have died under torture to preserve it.  I know a guy who has to get his treatment from the VA because no one else is allowed to look at his medical records.  To include that guy himself.  I have to walk to the exam room with an orderly beside him who has a TS clearance and is carrying those records in a locked box.

There was never a more rightful conviction and sentencing then Bradley Manning's.

This malignant narcissistic imbecile deliberately and with considerable care, broke the biggest rules there are for an intel specialist. 

And now he is getting his freedom from a man who views Manning as nothing more than an extreme activist.  The Tranny thing was icing on the cake for commander in chief Field Marshall von Choom-Wagon

This action can only encourage others to try and follow in Manning's delicate footsteps.

But of course that's what Obama had in mind when he did it.

1 comment:

bob kek mando ( Death To The Boor-geois, Keks To The Lol-etariat ) said...

i'm curious;
what crime would have to be committed under the auspices of the US military before you would consider it justifiable to break opsec?

because, you realize of course, that a Commander ( in Chief? ) could order ANY crime and then make it impossible to ever be prosecuted or even censured or even known, simply by declaring that the mission had been of a 'sensitive' nature.

heck, Benedict Arnold could have declared his negotiations with the British to be 'Top Secret'.